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Voices from the margin : interpreting the Bible in the Third World / edited by R.S. Sugirtharajah. [print]

Contributor(s): Sugirtharajah, R. S. (Rasiah S.)Material type: TextTextPublication details: Maryknoll, New York : Orbis Books, [(c)2006. Edition: Rev. and expanded third editionDescription: vi, 506 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1570756864; 9781570756863Subject(s): Bible -- Hermeneutics -- Comparative studies | Christianity -- Developing countries | Christianity and culture | Bible. Exodus -- Hermeneutics -- Comparative studiesLOC classification: BS476.V653 2006BS476.S947.V653 2006COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
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Introduction: Still at the margins / R. S. Sugirtharajah The Bible and the five hundred years of conquest Elsa Tamez Re-reading for liberation: African American women and the Bible / Renita J. Weems Marxist critical tools: are they helpful in breaking the stranglehold of idealist hermeneutics? / Jose Miguez-Bonino Developments in Biblical interpretation in Africa: historical and hermeneutical directions Justin S. Ukpong Postcolonial Biblical interpretation / R. S. Sugirtharajah Jesus and the Minjung in the Gospel of Mark Ahn Byung-Mu Breaking hegemonic boundaries: an intertextual reading of the Madurai Veeran legend and Mark's story of Jesus / A. Maria Arul Raja, S.J. ; Anti-greed and anti-pride: Mark 10:17-27 and 10:35-45 in the light of tribal values George M. Soares-Prabhu The Cornelius story in the Japanese cultural context Hisao Kayama The forgiveness of debts in Matthew and Luke: for an economy without exclusions Ivoni Richter Reimer The skin of Miriam became as white as snow: the Bible, western feminism and colour politics Mukti Barton Wresting the message from the messenger: the Rastafari a case study in the Caribbean indigenization of the Bible / Nathaniel S. Murrell ; "Barak God and die!": women, HIV, and a theology of suffering Sarojini Nadar A Latin American perspective: the option for the poor in the Old Testament / George V. Pixley and Clodovis Boff An Asian feminist perspective: the Exodus story (Exodus 1:8-22; 2:1-10) / An Asian Group Work A Palestinian perspective: Biblical perspectives on the land Naim S. Ateek A Native American perspective: Canaanites, Cowboys, and Indians Robert Allen Warrior Exodus-toward-Egypt: Filipino-Americans' struggle to realize the promised land in America Eleazer S. Fernandez Let my people go!: threads of Exodus in African American narratives Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan Returning to China: Biblical interpretation in postcolonial Hong Kong Archie C. C. Lee Reading for decolonization (John 4:1-42) / Musa W. Dube ; "Clothed in her right mind": Mark 5:1-20 and postcolonial discourse Jeffrey L. Staley Two mission commands: an interpretation of Matthew 28:16-20 in the light of a Buddhist text George M. Soares-Prabhu The Book of Ecclesiastes and Thai Buddhism Seree Lorgunpai Interpreting John 14:6 in a religiously plural society S. Wesley Ariarajah The rhetorical hermeneutic of 1 Corinthians 8 and Chinese ancestor worship Khiok-Khng Yeo Ego and self in New Testament and in Zen Seiichi Yagi On developing liberation theology in Islam Asghar Ali Engineer Wrestling in the night Samuel Rayan, S.J. ; A Brazilian example: 'listening to what the Spirit is saying to the churches' : popular interpretation of the Bible in Brazil Carlos Mesters A Malawian example: the Bible and non-literate communities Patrick A. Kalilombe A Nicaraguan example: the Alabaster Bottle : Matthew 26:6-13 An Indonesian example: the miraculous catch : Luke 5:1-11 Toward a post-Apartheid black feminist reading of the Bible: a case of Luke 2:36-38 Gloria Kehilwe Plaatjie The role of the Bible in the rise of African instituted churches: the case of the Akurinu churches in Kenya Nahashon W. Ndung'u Afterword: the future imperfect R. S. Sugirtharajah.
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Introduction: Still at the margins / R. S. Sugirtharajah The Bible and the five hundred years of conquest Elsa Tamez Re-reading for liberation: African American women and the Bible / Renita J. Weems Marxist critical tools: are they helpful in breaking the stranglehold of idealist hermeneutics? / Jose Miguez-Bonino Developments in Biblical interpretation in Africa: historical and hermeneutical directions Justin S. Ukpong Postcolonial Biblical interpretation / R. S. Sugirtharajah Jesus and the Minjung in the Gospel of Mark Ahn Byung-Mu Breaking hegemonic boundaries: an intertextual reading of the Madurai Veeran legend and Mark's story of Jesus / A. Maria Arul Raja, S.J. ; Anti-greed and anti-pride: Mark 10:17-27 and 10:35-45 in the light of tribal values George M. Soares-Prabhu The Cornelius story in the Japanese cultural context Hisao Kayama The forgiveness of debts in Matthew and Luke: for an economy without exclusions Ivoni Richter Reimer The skin of Miriam became as white as snow: the Bible, western feminism and colour politics Mukti Barton Wresting the message from the messenger: the Rastafari a case study in the Caribbean indigenization of the Bible / Nathaniel S. Murrell ; "Barak God and die!": women, HIV, and a theology of suffering Sarojini Nadar A Latin American perspective: the option for the poor in the Old Testament / George V. Pixley and Clodovis Boff An Asian feminist perspective: the Exodus story (Exodus 1:8-22; 2:1-10) / An Asian Group Work A Palestinian perspective: Biblical perspectives on the land Naim S. Ateek A Native American perspective: Canaanites, Cowboys, and Indians Robert Allen Warrior Exodus-toward-Egypt: Filipino-Americans' struggle to realize the promised land in America Eleazer S. Fernandez Let my people go!: threads of Exodus in African American narratives Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan Returning to China: Biblical interpretation in postcolonial Hong Kong Archie C. C. Lee Reading for decolonization (John 4:1-42) / Musa W. Dube ; "Clothed in her right mind": Mark 5:1-20 and postcolonial discourse Jeffrey L. Staley Two mission commands: an interpretation of Matthew 28:16-20 in the light of a Buddhist text George M. Soares-Prabhu The Book of Ecclesiastes and Thai Buddhism Seree Lorgunpai Interpreting John 14:6 in a religiously plural society S. Wesley Ariarajah The rhetorical hermeneutic of 1 Corinthians 8 and Chinese ancestor worship Khiok-Khng Yeo Ego and self in New Testament and in Zen Seiichi Yagi On developing liberation theology in Islam Asghar Ali Engineer Wrestling in the night Samuel Rayan, S.J. ; A Brazilian example: 'listening to what the Spirit is saying to the churches' : popular interpretation of the Bible in Brazil Carlos Mesters A Malawian example: the Bible and non-literate communities Patrick A. Kalilombe A Nicaraguan example: the Alabaster Bottle : Matthew 26:6-13 An Indonesian example: the miraculous catch : Luke 5:1-11 Toward a post-Apartheid black feminist reading of the Bible: a case of Luke 2:36-38 Gloria Kehilwe Plaatjie The role of the Bible in the rise of African instituted churches: the case of the Akurinu churches in Kenya Nahashon W. Ndung'u Afterword: the future imperfect R. S. Sugirtharajah.

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